steganograph


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steganograph

(ˈstɛɡənəˌɡrɑːf) or

steganogram

n
a piece of coded writing; cipher
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Particularly, steganographed medical images should not differ perceptually from their original counterparts, because the clinical reading of the images must not be affected.
One of the first recorded steganographs was written by a political prisoner of King Darius in the 5th Century B.C.
When steganographed by this method, the probability of finding the hidden information by an attacker is lesser when compared to the normal method of hiding information frame-by-frame in a sequential manner.